Commuters are charged a fare according to the total distance travelled on each mode of transport. With the introduction of distance fares, fares are calculated based on the shortest travel path. With effect from 26 December 2022, bus and train fares will be adjusted as part of the Fare Review Exercise 2022.
To calculate train fares, click here.
The Public Transport Council has introduced a set of tougher measures to further deter fare evasion. Commuters who do not pay or underpay their fares on public train services will have to pay a higher penalty fee. Please refer to the Public Transport Council’s enforcement guidelines here.
Modes of Payment
Commuters can use stored value cards (i.e. EZ-Link and NETS FlashPay cards, concession cards) and account-based ticketing (ABT) options to travel in the network. For ABT, commuters can use contactless bank cards (i.e. Mastercard, Visa, NETS), mobile wallets such as Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay, and account-based EZ-Link cards. Both the stored value cards and ABT options offer commuters more savings and convenience over a standard ticket.